Survival Mom Radio Show with Lisa Bedford

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Lisa Bedford launched The Survival Mom blog on June 1, 2009, and the world of survival hasn’t been the same since! Through her down-to-earth style of writing, speaking, and training, she brought the world of preparedness into the homes and mindset of America’s families. Today, thousands of women across the country and around the world identify themselves as Survival Moms.

Lisa is the author of Amazon bestseller, Survival Mom: How to Prepare Your Family for Everyday Disasters and Worst Case Scenarios.

 

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Survival Mom Radio Show: Home Security Tips with Bob Mayne

July 29, 2014: How secure is your home’s exterior and interior? Is a home security system worth the money? Expert Bob Mayne joins Lisa to answer these questions and provide tips for keeping your home base safe.

Survival Mom Radio Show: Tips for Dehydrating Food & Water Storage in Hot Weather

July 22, 2014: Dehydrating your own food is a healthy way to build up your food storage pantry. Lisa talks about her experiences with food dehydration and offers tips for storing water in a hot car in the summertime.

Survival Mom Radio Show: Interview with Prepper and Wilderness Survival Experts

July 8, 2014: Jim Cobb, author of multiple prepper books, and Robert Camp, avid outdoorsman and guide, join Lisa today in 2 separate interviews as they discuss important factors in surviving, thriving, and enjoying the outdoors.

Survival Mom Radio Show: Essential Oils & Herbal Remedies

The Canning Diva: Preserving & Cooking with HerbsJuly 2, 2014: Join Lisa as she discusses getting started with essential oils and herbal remedies with Agatha Noveille and Leah Oxendine, 2 of the writers on staff at The Survival Mom blog. They share their favorite oils and herbs and why everyone should learn about these natural remedies.

Survival Mom Radio Show: Food Storage How To’s with Angela Paskett

angela paskett2June 24, 2014: Angela Paskett is a food storage expert and author of an authoritative book on the subject. In this interview with Lisa, she discusses simple ways to prepare for both short and long-term emergencies with a well-stocked food storage pantry.

Survival Mom Radio Show: 7 Common Sense Reasons to Store Food

moveablefoodstorage[1]June 19, 2014:  Why should you consider storing up some extra food? Isn’t that something that only Mormons do? It’s a little odd to be doing that when the grocery store is just a mile away, right? In this episode, Lisa shares 7 common sense reasons why every family should have at least 30 days worth of extra food stored, and she gives tips for keeping that food fresh, long term.

Resources:

Survival Mom by Lisa Bedford

Food Storage for Self-Sufficiency and Survival by Angela Paskett

Survival Mom Radio Show: Prepping Lessons from Corporate Emergency Planners, Part 2 of 2

The Survival Mom: 700 LouisianaJune 17, 2014: Lisa continues reviewing the emergency plans of a large, international corporation and discusses important supplies, evacuation plans, and what every family should do in the aftermath of a disaster.

Survival Mom Radio Show: Prepping Lessons from Corporate Emergency Planners, Part 1of 2

The Survival Mom: 700 LouisianaJune 12, 2014: Businesses of all sizes, but especially large corporations, have all types of contingency plans for emergency preparedness. In this episode, Lisa reviews the emergency plans of one of the world’s largest corporations and draws lessons from them to help families become even better prepared.

Survival Mom Radio Show: Angry Preppers with Fernando Aguirre (FerFal)

mqdefaultJune 10, 2014: Lisa continues her focus on the topic, “Why are some preppers so angry?” You can listen to her first episode on this subject here. In today’s show she discusses this with Fernando Aguirre, better known to some as FerFal. Fernando has been a leader and an insider in the prepper community since before it was even a national movement.

Resources:

The Modern Survivalist by Fernando Aguirre

Fernando’s blog, The Modern Survivalist